Panel Discussion at the book release of ‘Drought But Why?

Eshwer Kale from Watershed Organisation Trust was invited as a panelist at the book release of CSE publication ‘Drought But Why?: How India can fight the scourge by abandoning drought relief’.
The discussion was  held on 3rd November 2017 at Tagore Hall Auditorium, Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti, New Delhi – 110011

ICCG Best Climate Practices Award. The best projects for building resilience to climate disaster risk

The Initiative on Climate Change Policy and Governance is an initiative that focuses on climate policy and governance aspects, with an aim to encourage interaction between political scientists, economists and business. As part of this, the ICCG organizes the Best Climate Practices Contest annually to collect innovative methods of tackling climate change from all over the world which have potential for upscaling.  The theme of the 2017 edition of the BCP Contest was “Building local resilience to climate disaster risk”.

WOTR wins nomination for the Best Climate Practices 2017

We are glad to share with you that our Initiative ‘Water Stewardship’ is shortlisted for the Best Climate Practices Award 2017, by International Centre for Climate Governance, Italy. Our initiative ‘Promoting Water-Stewardship for Water and Food Security in Semi-Arid Regions’ is nominated for the Award under the theme ‘Building local resilience to climate disaster risk’.  

WOTR at World Water Week, in Stockholm 1 – 6th September 2013

World Water Week is the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues and takes place each year in Stockholm. The theme of World Water Week 2013 is ‘Water Cooperation – Building Partnerships’. WOTR is one of the participating organisations at the World Water Week.

Eshwer Kale will speak on ‘Making Watershed Communities Adaptive to Climate Change’ in the workshop named ‘Bridging Land-Water-Ecosystem Divides’ to be held on Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 at 14:00 – 17:30 in Room B2/3.